Switchstep Dance Emote (From “Fortnite Battle Royale “) – Single


Geek Music
Music, Soundtrack • 2020

Released: Mar 27, 2020
Country: USA
Number of Tracks: 1
Quality: MP3 320 kbps / FLAC

PlayGeek Music – Switchstep Dance Emote (From “Fortnite Battle Royale “) (03:20)

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    First off, just a bit about me I work in Information Technology and I test all games my children seem interested in before I let them play the game, and I believe in the power of a proper spanking, with that out of the way lets get into my personal review of Fortnite.
    Fortnite is fun, I play it with both of my kiddos, and with some of my friends from work, the game is fun, and it rewards strategizing, the main goal of the game is to be tha last solo player, or team standing in a world filled with somewhat accurate to real life guns, I think that there is something to be said to Fortnite as a Relationship builder, especially with their new party mode where all of the “weapons” are harmless, ie: Plunger shooting bow, paint grenade, paint launchers, and tomatoes, all of that asside, I only let my kids play games and use the internet for non school or friend communications for a maximum of 75 minutes a day, however depending on special occasions such as a friend over, that might go to 2 hours. Secondly, V Bucks are a topic of hot debate online, we set a limit of $25 a month maximum, and they would only buy these with cards from gamestop or best buy, now they are allowed to save multiple months if they ask, but they never have, between them and I there has been about $100 spent on Fortnite, because skins aren’t important to the game, it is mostly skill that matters, at least if winning is what you are in to. Third, I would strongly advise that you set your child’s game to NO FILL if they are playing with 2 other friends, because otherwise anybody who has one of the devices that your child or ther friend is playing on, mostly mobile devices and Switches will be able to join, and as such the ESRB has put the lable of online experience not rated, as they could make some rude or racist or explitive laden comments over microphones. Lastly, I strongly recommend that you, the reader/concerned parent take some time before you say yes out right, put it on the console or tablet or computer taht you would put it on, and just try the game, 3-5 mathes of solo, or duo with you spouse to see what the game is actually about, worst case swnario, you take some time to become informed of if you are OK with this in your house, set limits for your child’s screen consumption, and take time to actually parent your children, take a look through YouTube if you cannot actually play the game at the moment, watch a live session of the game, and if you deem it ok, you may find a way to impress your children with your game knowledge.


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